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TeamSpeak3 - Updater
I use teamspeak server as a service. If you want to have the same setting (i.e when you want stop your teamspeak server you can write:
systemctl stop teamspeak
If you have not got it. You can easly copy like this:
git clone https://github.com/linux923344/ts3-server-updater.git cd ts3-server-updater sudo cp teamspeak.service /usr/lib/systemd/system/ sudo systemctl daemon-reload
In the file teamspeak.service the default localization is /opt/teamspeak/ and the default user is teamspeak. You can change it for your settings of course. Also in the when you have different localization you MUST change it in the
update in the variable
Now you have
systemctl for stop or start your service.
If you did not commit my repo, you should do it now.
git clone https://github.com/linux923344/ts3-server-updater.git cd ts3-server-updater
When you want to run your updater. Check remove in variable link in the file update to newer version. You can check it on the website: https://www.teamspeak.com/en/downloads/#server
The update will be do a backup. The file
backup I use it for cron
crontab -e !
#BACKUP EVERYDAY AT 5AM 0 5 * * * /opt/backup #BACKUP EVERY SUNDAY AT 6AM AND ALSO STAY 2 OF THEM 0 6 * * SUN /opt/backup-remove
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